Saturday, May 29, 2010

Our New Place

For those of you who are interested, a.k.a mom, I made a little virtual tour of our new little home. For a more professional virtual tour you can also visit here. We are settling in nicely, and taking advantage of everything this little community has to offer. Kimball's been hitting the gym, and played a couple game of pool with Kris, I've enjoyed the masseuse, and the private movie theater with Chanda, and the kids have loved the pool and playground. Mya and Aiden did WONDERFUL in their new primary classes and everyone was so warm and welcoming in our new ward. Next post is gonna be more graduation pics, so until then enjoy our own "virtual tour"!

Untitled from Holly Knackstedt on Vimeo.

p.s. Thank you carlye for the uploading advice...did you notice the subtle shout out to Tyler...

Monday, May 17, 2010


Dr. Kimball Scott Knackstedt.
Oh what a proud wife I am.

stay tuned...more to come!

Wednesday, May 5, 2010


Every so often you have a day where everything seems hopeful. Today was one of them. My mom surprised me with a little farewell party with my sisters and grandma which was catered by the always delicious Zupas (if you haven't been there I only have one thing to say to you....Why?). Everyone had to give me a piece of advice before they could eat. Everything was good, the food, the company, even the advice. Then my mom gave me this house warming gift, which I have been coveting for quite some time. Can you tell what it says? You can click on the photo to enlarge it. They are photos taken of things on the temple grounds that look like letters, I think its ingenius and beautiful. And it will go perfectly hung next to my portrait of the Mt. Timpanogos that my talented sister made for me.

After lunch we went and drove the 5k course my sisters and I are running for Race for the Cure, which was sponsored by my Grandmother a living, breathing,(allbeit boobless) survivor of breast cancer, we love her and we're gonna run our fannies off to help find a cure so EVERYONE can survive this awful disease.

Then in honor of Cinco de Mayo we had delicious fajitas, and tres leche cake. All in all I feel refreshed, recharged, and ready for whatever comes next!